Dallas Mavericks' Dirk Nowitzki drives past Miami Heat's LeBron James during Game 5 of the NBA Finals Thursday. (AP)

Dallas Mavericks' Dirk Nowitzki drives past Miami Heat's LeBron James during Game 5 of the NBA Finals Thursday. (AP)

The Dallas Mavericks pulled another come from behind win on Thursday, as the Miami Heat played most of the game without star Dwayne Wade and failed to hold on to their fourth quarter lead. Bill Littlefield talks to Jean-Jacques Taylor of the Dallas Morning News about Game 5′s result, and Taylor explains the secret to Dallas’ success:

“The Mavericks are a team that doesn’t really have that normal second scoring option. They rely on a lot of different guys to do it. Sometimes it’s JJ Barea…They’ve had multiple scoring options all year, and when they win it’s because they’re getting multiple contributions from a lot of different guys outside of Dirk.”

Taylor also talks to Bill about his expectations for the final games of the series, and picks a Championship winner.